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Old 01-30-2009, 05:51 PM   #1
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Old 01-30-2009, 06:22 PM   #2
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Hot Wheels!

There are so many dramatic possibilities with that one.

I rewatched the Cannon film last week.
I dont think it was bad--for Cannon. Probably the most expensive film they did.

They seemed to be trying for a Back to the Future audience.

I thought it was better written than Transformers at any rate which is sad to say given the budget differences.


Langella did all he could with it.
Lundgren did...all he could with it.
 
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Old 01-30-2009, 08:20 PM   #4
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Langella did all he could with it.
Lundgren did...all he could with it.


Langella did the only thing a good actor in a role like that should do- he threw himself completely into the role and knocked it out of the park!

That movie is still wonderful 80s fun.
 
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Langella did the only thing a good actor in a role like that should do- he threw himself completely into the role and knocked it out of the park!



**whoever plays Skeletor has Nixonian shoes to fill!

I didnt know until years afterwards that its wise to stick through the end credits-even when submerged in boiling liquid, he gave it his all.
 
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Heard nicolas cage was to play Skeletor... But I also heard John woo was to direct... sooo...

Anyhow I am a HUGE He-man fan (not the old movie, but the old 80's cartoon and the new 2002 series.) and this better rock and be evil... lots of evilness.. kill he-man! KILL HIM! Skeletor and Hordak all the way!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEsHUel04dY

Still the best cartoon intro ever!
 
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If I know John, he'll have fun with this one for sure.

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**Ha when I first saw that it was the funniest thing until Colin's Bear came along.

I forgot about He-man's singing voice.

And his fondness for using profanity:


http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=058P1L0FZ1E
 
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